Scott Daniel Ellison Exhibition at ClampArt in New York

Scott Daniel Ellison paintings

The wonderfully quirky works of the painter Scott Daniel Ellison are showing at the ClampArt gallery in New York City. The paintings are weird, dark, mercurial, humorous, a little scary, and a lot awesome. I hadn’t heard of the artist before now, so I have been browsing the internet for his work and I’m a fan! Do click through to the gallery at the bottom of the post to see more works from the exhibition online.Continue Reading

Painting Studio of Australian Artist Angony

artist studios

I started posting artist studios about 5 years but then abandoned the blog. Seeing the painting studio of Australian artist Angony posted on his facebook page just recently made me think I should start posting them again. His workspace really does have a lot of character. I love how studios say so much about the person working in them. Some are clean and surgical, others messy and comfortable, just as their artists are. And a studio is never really complete unless it has a resident cat or dog. Angony’s studio assistant is the French bulldog Leon ;-) Continue Reading

Painter Lyle Carbajal

my favourite artist

One of my favorite painters in the world at the moment is the American artist Lyle Carbajal. If I was sent to a deserted island for the rest of my life and I could only take 20 paintings from one living artist, it would be his. The way he uses paint excites me like very few other artists. His paintings look like they have grown, like they have lived a life to reach this point on the wall.Continue Reading

Conspiracy Theory Art

outsider artist

I love troublemakers. I used to think all artists were troublemakers by nature but the more artists I met, the more I saw that we’re conformist sellouts just like those in finance, politics and big business. I understand we all have bills to pay but I would like to see more artists questioning the system that rules over us. Continue Reading